Oh hey, it's Big Ben!
The Jazz have had the Pistons' number lately, taking 14 of the last 16 in the series. But, the Pistons are playing their best basketball in recent memory and are poised to win one in front of their home crowd at The Palace.
Having not played since Sunday night, the Pistons are in Milwaukee for a rare road game against the newly coached Milwaukee Bucks.
The Pistons are bad but the Bobcats are much, much worse. There is no excuse for the Pistons not to walk out of the Palace with a win, which would be their fifth win in a row and seventh in their last eight games.
The Pistons ring in the new year by hosting DeMarcus Cousins and the Sacramento Kings. Detroit looks for its third win in a row as well as the obvious reasons it should not trade for DeMarcus Cousins.
In a meeting between teams coming off wins against the defending champions, the Detroit Pistons look to improve to .500 at home this year against a warming road team.
Pistons get two in a row against the league’s worst team according to the win column. Battered and bad, the Wizards could be slumpbusters for the down and out Pistons.